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Adam Harris and Robert French visited Parliament last month in their capacity as the CompTIA TCA community team, lobbying on behalf of the IT trade.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY!


AVG celebrated ten years of providing free anti-virus software with a drinks reception at the Met Bar in London last month. The firm also launched its latest product, Internet Security 2011 and was highlighting new cutting- edge techniques for kicking malware’s ass.


Below: Chris Ryan with HMV’s head of games Tim Ellis


Above: AVG UK boss Michael Foreman Bottom: AVG CEO JR Smith


Holly Moore


Channel Marketing Manager UK, Channel Assist


“Relationships are the key; understanding your partners’ business and needs is essential in making sure you are delivering the best results.”


I AM CATAPULTED into the day at some unearthly hour by walking Baxter, my friend’s dog, who energetically drags me along. That said, it’s a great way to start the day, clear my head and think about what needs to be done for that day and the rest of the week. No two days at Channel Assist are ever the same.


Supporting a variety of vendors based both in the UK and internationally offers great diversity to my role and the projects that we work on. During the last eight years that I have worked in this industry, there have been many changes. This has given me valuable insight into how I can support our partners and helped me to see how Channel Assist can fulfil a much-needed role within the market. Channel Assist supports our partners in a number of ways


going into meeting now to discuss a deal with (hah ha) Siemans who want to buy from us a special technology they dont have it themselves


Amstrad chairman and Apprentice boss Lord Alan Sugar


@Lord_Sugar www.pcr-online.biz


Thanks for the RTs & well wishes on Team Dell ranking as Greenest Company in America. We will keep at it & continue to green IT!


Dell chairman and CEO Michael Dell


@MichaelDell


from start to finish. We represent our clients in front of potential and existing customers, advise on distribution partners and offer a marketing and support service within the UK. Typical tasks involve supporting a product life cycle, launches, promotional planning, brand development and day-to-day account management, strategic planning and general housekeeping. For me, relationships are the key; understanding your partners’ business and needs is essential in making sure you are delivering the best results. With Q4 planning done, January sales confirmed and


important customer meetings completed before the next tour is required, I can now focus on 2011 and look at strategy for the future. This year has been a challenging one in many ways and while some days are like climbing a mountain, the feeling I get when I finally see the result of all the hard work spurs me on for more.


November PCR 121


A day in the life


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